Welcome to The Wichita Eagle photography staff blog.
“More Than Meets the Eye” is a place where you can join us in discussions about photojournalism and photography in general. We’ll discuss visual communication and visual literacy and how our photography staff works. No topic is off limits, just as long as it’s associated with photography or photojournalism. We hope this blog can become a place where anyone who enjoys or practices photography can come and find something useful or fun.
There have been numerous changes in the way news organizations deliver visual information over the past few years. We’ll talk about how we gather, edit and publish visual and audio content to our customers. But that’s just the beginning.
We’re eager to introduce you to our staff and more importantly we hope to hear from you. Questions, comments and ideas for future blog entries are welcome. Expect links to other blogs, websites and articles about photography.
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And, of course, we’ll post photos. Lots of Photos
Many thanks to Wichita ocularist Jim Henthorn of Henthorn Ocular Prosthetics for the use of his spare prosthetic eyeballs in our blog header. Here’s looking at you, Jim.